OK 166 Page
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OK 166 is the second-shortest state highway in Oklahoma, behind
153 in far south-central
Oklahoma. Its basic purpose is to connect OK 97 to the Frankoma
Pottery. Its eastern end is at what was once U.S. 66, and is now
just the road to the Frankoma Pottery.
Distance: 0.7 miles
Counties traveled through: Creek
Highway intersections: OK 97 (Mile 0.0)
Highway duplexes: None
OK 97, north of
||"END West OK 166" sign at OK 97.
Interstate 44 is about 1/2 mile
to the left
(south) of this T-intersection. (Photo taken 1/7/03)
||OK 97 South at OK 166
East. OK 97's end is just a few miles
south of here at
"Terminus Junction" in Sapulpa. (Photo
||First (and only) eastbound
assurance shield on OK 166 East.
elevation drops for almost its entire route for
Old Sapulpa Rd.,
north of Sapulpa
||"END OK 166" sign at Old Sapulpa Rd.
as OK 166 East comes
to an end. OK 66 is about a mile to the south
of this intersection.
(Photo taken 1/7/03)